Our normal pattern is for everyone across the age spectrum to share in opening worship in the chapel. The younger members of the congregation then go off to their own age-related groups facilitated by members of the congregation. Everyone joins up again after the service in the large hall for refreshments and relaxation.
Every eight weeks or so, the Youth Groups from a number of churches in the town (St Andrews, St Philips, Dronfield Baptist and the Oaks Community Church) join together for a Youth Celebration service. This is normally held on the second Sunday evening of alternate months, the location rotating round the churches.
We offer a full range of Scouting and Guiding groups
An on-going programme of special events is arranged for young people associated in any way with the church. This ranges from evening trips through all-day events during school holidays to longer periods away.
Ways of getting involved
Young adults are currently involved in the life of the church in a variety of ways. Examples are:
Playing instruments in the music group that leads Sunday morning worship
Helping lead in uniformed organisations
Helping with IT in the church
Helping with crèche and other activities for children
Joining the canoe club
Helping with the work in the Lea Brook Valley
The puppet ministry